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Chris Farris II
TEAM SWFA  Staff MODERATOR Joined: August/13/2007 Location: United States Status: Offline Points: 3068 
Introducing the latest additions to the SWFA SS scope line.
Specs
Exit Pupil: 2.8mm  11.8mm
Weight: 23.7 oz
Length: 13.5"
Field of View @ 100yds: 7.21  34.72 ft
Field of View @ 100m: 2.4  10.6m Eye Relief (in): 4.3  3.9 Diopter Compensation: 2 ~ +1 dpr Click Adjustment Value: 0.1 MRAD Adjustment Per Revoultion: 5 Mils Total Elevation Adjustment: 36 Mils Total Windage Adjustment: 36 Mils Type of Reticle: MilQuad DM Focal Plane: 2nd Coating: Fully Multi Coated Waterproof: Yes Fogproof: Yes Shockproof: Yes SWFA 315x42 MQDM SFP with Subtensions (Click to Zoom):
SWFA 315x42 MQDM SFP (Click to Zoom):
Aiming Points
Unlike the 14x24 we released last year this reticle in the new Second Focal Plane 315x42 has the ability, due to its higher magnification, to easily utilize not only the outer vertices of the diamond as aiming points but also the inner vertices, giving you five aiming points instead of three.
These aiming points can be used for a wide variety of calibers. Below are some examples of how this could be utilized with a few different calibers.
Actual point of impact vs. point aim:
M852 7.62 168 Grain @ 2600 FPS
Aiming point 1: 200 yard ZERO
Aiming Point 2: 225 yards (.05 Mils High)
Aiming Point 3: 300 yards (.05 Mils Low)
Aiming Point 4: 350 yards (.05 Mils Low)
Aiming Point 5: 375 yards (.00 Mils Off)
M80 7.62 147 Grain @ 2850 FPS
Aiming point 1: 200 yard ZERO
Aiming Point 2: 225 yards (.05 Mils High)
Aiming Point 3: 300 yards (.05 Mils High)
Aiming Point 4: 375 yards (.05 Mils Low)
Aiming Point 5: 400 yards (.00 Mils Off)
M118LR 7.62 175 Grain @ 2600 FPS
Aiming point 1: 200 yard ZERO
Aiming Point 2: 225 yards (.05 Mils High)
Aiming Point 3: 300 yards (.05 Mils Low)
Aiming Point 4: 350 yards (.05 Mils Low)
Aiming Point 5: 375 yards (.00 Mils Off)
6.5 Grendel 123 Grain @ 2350 FPS
Aiming point 1: 100 yard ZERO
Aiming Point 2: 150 yards (.05 Mils Low)
Aiming Point 3: 200 yards (.05 Mils High)
Aiming Point 4: 250 yards (.05 Mils High)
Aiming Point 5: 300 yards (.20 Mils Low)
6.8 SPC 110 Grain @ 2550 FPS
Aiming Point 1: 100 yard ZERO
Aiming Point 2: 150 yards (.05 Mils Low)
Aiming Point 3: 200 yards (.05 Mils High)
Aiming Point 4: 250 yards (.05 Mils High)
Aiming Point 5: 300 yards (.20 Mils Low)
.204 Ruger 40 Grain @ 3900 FPS
Aiming point 1: 100 yard ZERO
Aiming Point 2: 200 yards (.05 Mils High)
Aiming Point 3: 325 yards (.05 Mils Low)
Aiming Point 4: 425 yards (.05 Mils Low)
Aiming Point 5: 450 yards (.00 Mils Off) Target Ranging References
All of the target ranging references are calibrated for 72" height as well as 18" width.
To use it for 36" tall targets simply divide your range shown on the reticle by 2 and for 24" tall targets divide by 3. Examples are listed below.
The target below is a 72" tall silhouette of a human. Considering it is 72" tall and fits just between our horizontal crosshair and the 800 yard target ranging indicator this target is 800 yards away.
The target below is a 72" tall silhouette of a human. Considering it is 72" tall and fits just between our horizontal crosshair and the 200 yard target ranging indicator this target is 200 yards away. The target below is a 18" wide silhouette of a human. Considering it is 18" wide and fits just on top of our 300 yard target ranging indicator this target is 300 yards away. The target below is a 36" shoulder height silhouette of a deer. Considering it is 36" tall and fits just between our horizontal crosshair and the 400 yard target ranging indicator this target is 200 yards away. It is 200 yards away and not 400 yards because we are using a target that is half the height of what the target ranging references are calibrated for, so we have to divide the given range by 2.
The target below is a 36" shoulder height silhouette of a deer. Considering it is 36" tall and fits just between our horizontal crosshair and the 800 yard target ranging indicator this target is 400 yards away. It is 400 yards away and not 800 yards because we are using a target that is half the height of what the target ranging references are calibrated for, so we have to divide the given range by 2.
The target below is a 24" shoulder height silhouette of a hog. Considering it is 24" tall and fits just between our horizontal crosshair and the 300 yard target ranging indicator this target is 100 yards away. It is 100 yards away and not 300 yards because we are using a target that is one third the height of what the target ranging reference is calibrated for, so we have to divide the given range by 3.
Edited by Brady  December/14/2015 at 16:38 